|'Dresses' and hats made of Westwood's wall coverings.|
Union Jack, Cut-out Lace, Squiggle.
|Insects was inspired by details found on the wardrobe |
of Queen Elizabeth I.
|Trompe L'oeil Drape simulates a wall of ruched Tartan.|
The pattern is an homage to Westwood's draping technique.
The drapery used is copied from a Tartan wedding dress from
Westwood's Fall/Winter 39/94 Anglomania collection.
|A Westwood gown reinterprets a historic form.|
|The Squiggle pattern brings to mind decorative braid.|
It dates from Westwood's Fall/Winter 81/82 Pirate Collection.
|Magnolia, Squiggle & Cut-out Lace.|
|Absense of Rose, Insects, Vivienne's Lace.|
|Absense of Roses brings to mind Edwardian paper silhouettes.|
The addition of gold ink 'studs' add definition and dimension.
|Paper Jewels has French appeal, with flowers formed from|
jewelers illustrations and pear cut stones acting as dew drops.